JFS Provides Virtual Issue to Celebrate National Forensic Science Week


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Source: Michael A. Peat, Ph.D., Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Forensic Sciences      

National Forensic Science Week, formed in recognition of the important role that proper forensic science plays in the investigation of crimes throughout the nation, is September 20-26, 2020.

To celebrate this important recognition, the Journal of Forensic Sciences (JFS) leadership has compiled a virtual issue entitled, Advances in Pattern Recognition.

In this JFS Virtual Issue, outstanding articles have been selected to demonstrate the recent scientific development of forensic pattern comparison during a time of critical self-assessment and efficacy. The JFS Virtual Issue is available on JFS WOL: JFS Virtual Issue

The JFS leadership is excited about this new JFS Virtual Issue, and to it serving as our contribution to acknowledge and celebrate National Forensic Science Week.